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1 EVENINQ fiULLBTtit, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, J&LY 28, 0&
Wc do the very best repairing on
Typewriters. Adding Machines
nnd Cash Registers. Our repair
ing on tlio most Intricnto clcclrl
cat apparatus cannot be excelled,
. All work guaranteed. C. W. Mac
fnrlano & Co., Masonic Temple.
Phono 14B. 4352-tf
Piano taught to 6 months, $3 month
(8 JesBoiiH). Special nttcnllon adult
beginners, r'Teachor.'Vrtullctln "(ncer
Oito Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 1QG3. 1420
Victoria St. ' 4 32 Mm
Far Walanae, Walalua, Kshuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3;20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill aud Way
Stations 17:30 a, ra, ;15 a. m
'11:05 a. m.( 2:1 p. m., 320 p..m.,
'5:15 p. m., J9:30-p. m., H:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahaku,
IWalalua and Walanae 8:36 a, m..
.G:31 p. tn.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City 17:46 a. m., 8:36
ft. m., 10:3S a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4l31
V. In., 5:31 p. tn.. 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
'8:36 a. m. and 5:3l' p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
1 Sunday Only. "
The ltalelwa Limited; a two-how
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every' Suuda;
nt 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives li
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
utops only at Pesrl City and Walanao
O. P. DENISON. V. C. SMITH.
The Encore Saloon
tl, t ,
Try a drink at the new. place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you;
COR. HOTEL and NUUANTJ.
manufactured from pur distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city, by
courteous drivers. ,
OAHU iCE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lot
W. O.- BARNHART,
133 Merchant 6L
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON. '
neen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN, DRY QOODS.
FORT and QUF.EN ST8.
Bamboo Fnrnitnre Hade to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty. ''
583 8.. BERETANIA 81.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
, Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY, of every capacity -and de
scription made to order. Boiler wrk
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particnla.' at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed, at shortest notice.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO,
132 Beretania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits, Dyeing and dry
cleaning, Telephone 496.
B AND OfHKH PIANOB.
T H A V Ei PI A NO CO.
R 151 HOTKl. STRUT,
U Phone 118.
B TUNINO OTTiRANTHD.
185 editorial rooms 25(1 busi
ness 'office, These are the telephone
numbere.of the Bulletin office.
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuunnu and I'auahl Sts. Call up
phone C97 If you wnut a cook,
good hoy or servants,
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects. 62
C3 Alexander Young Uuildlng.
' Telephone 275.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
tee Sing Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl
BENNY S CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
1266 Fort St, Phone 488.
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street
137 MEBCHANT STREET.
I. ,,-af .1aa w.b!.1.,aa tf.M4. at
1" Hiiuiuw Miuinuv,
nated at Pawaa on Kins; and Young
streets, uuuainu in nrst-ciass or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lie-lit and gas. Alio
Kapiolani Park ots and improved
property at uanaia and other prop
Wah Ying Ghons: Go.
Kin? Street, Ewa of Fii omarket.
DBY QOODS AND FURNIsmNQ
GOODS of EVERY DE
Chas. R. Frazier
i'hone 371. 122 King St.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING' and PAINTINO.
)fflce: Honolulu. Painting Co., 221
Kinc St.: P. 0. Box 814.
. WAIKIKI INN
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
(VINES, LIQUORS, AND .CIGARS,
W. C. 3ERUIN, Proprietor.
The Manhattan Gafe
Mol nnd. Short Order at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST, NEAR HOTEL..
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop. '
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California d
New York; NOTARY PUBLW;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Moitgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST,
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Wo havo lor sale Back Set Ranges,
size 4 to 9 ft.; Drldgo & Reach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's Ilroliors, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone 211. EMMELTJTH
& CO., LTD., 145 Kins St.
A.Great.Show for the,.
Two Hours Solid
General Adnf ission ...... 10 cents
Reserved Orchestra Chain. 25 cents
Seats may be reserved in advance.
5 Young and Attractive
Lady Singers 5
No Increase in Prices
The Famous Talking Pictures
THURSDAY.' JULY. 29.
Admission , ...10c and 20o
New Feature Film,
Lady Audley's Secret
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. The Park
Open Air Theater
Fort Street. Below. Beretania.
Other films will be shown and a
pood musical program rendered.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
OPPOSITE THE. EMPIRE.
Levy's for Groceries
WING CHONG GO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All, kinds of KOA and
Nuunnu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Ti
BULLETIN ADS PAY
By Louis Joseph Vanes I
iCmisM. IS,, ui.M.rf III Ce, I
Trains for Amsterdam, slie said, left
from the flare Centrnle. a tnlle nr so
across tlie city. Monsieur, hail, plenty
of time, and to' spare. There was the'
tram ll'ne'lf .monsieur did not rare to
take n nacre. If he would go lift way
nf the Vlelle Bourse he would discover
the tram; cars of the Hue Klpdorp.
Monsieur 'Wnt, most welcome
ttfrtnalan-. .tnlpnit pllh-
Monsieur departed with .he more
haste since he was unahle tn repay
this courtesy with the most trifling;
purchase. After a hrlik walk of some
fifteen minutes he reached the station.
A public clock reassured him with
the Information. Hint, lie hnit the qnar
ter of an limtr leeway. It was, only
seventeen mlnutM past It) o'clock (Re)-'
Stan railway time, nlwoys confusing).
Inquiring hsway tn the Amsterdam,
train,, which was already waitlngaf
the platform.'he paced Its length, peer-
Ing'.broteuljr In.at the. coch,wludows,,
now warm witn hope, now shivering
wth disappointment, realising as he
could not but. realize,, that, nil else
aside, his only chance of rehabilitation
1st tn meeting Calendar. Rut In nont
f the coufhcs .or carriages did he
discovert any , one even remotely re
r;nd:!!ngtiie, fnt adventurer, his daugh
ter or.' Mulrcady.
Satisfied that they had not yet board
ed the train, he' stood aside, tortured
with forebodings, while anxiously scru
tinising' each Individual of the throng
of Intending travelers. Perhaps they
had been, delayed by the A let hen's
lateness In making port, very likely,
Perhaps they purposed taking not this
but a later train. Perhaps thry had
already left tho city by an earlier or
had returned to Kngland.
i On. time., the bell clanged.. Ha warn.
Ing. the guards bawled theirs, doors
were hastily opened n lid slammed, the
trucks began, to, groan, couptlues jolt.
Ing.ns.thc.englrie chafed In constraint
The, trail), and Klrkwood moved simul
taneously nut of opposllo ends, of the
station, the, one to rattle and hammer
round the eastern boundnrles, of the
city and straighten out at top speed on
the northern, route ,for the Relglan line,
the olher to stroll moodily away. Idle
hands In empty pockets, bound .-aim;
lessly anywhere It didn't matter!
' Nothing, whatever mattered In ,tlir,
smallest desree. lire now the outlook
had been Mark, but this he felt, to be
the absolute nadir of his misfortunes
Presently-nfter n while, as soon ns ho
could bring himself tu ll-he would ask
tho way and go tn the Amerlonn consu
late. Itnl Jtit turn, low aii the tide i
rhniice hud ebbeil. leaving him strand
ed on tin- lints nf vMiriilmndace. towns
showed the im-:iHiiri of his self esteem,
he. could nut tnli-rutr the prospect of
He, fount liniMir. neither knowing
nor riirlur-liow In hud noil thither.
In I ho Pl.ice Wjie. the vast venerable,
pile of the cathedral rising on his
right, hotels ntid iimliit old world
dwellings with peaked roofs and ga
bles nnddiirtuer windows Inclosing
the other sides of the square. Tli
chimes (he could hear none but those
of the cathedral) were heralding, the
hour of seven. Listless sndHpreoccu,
pled. In contemplation of his wretched
ease, he wandered purposelessly half
round the square, then dropped Into n
bench on Its outskirts.
It was some time Inter that he no
ticed, with a casual, Indifferent eye, n
porter, runnlngi out. of the, Hotel de
Klandre,. directly opposite, and calling
flncrc In. tn. the carriage block.
A languidly ho. watched, a woman.
very becomingly, dressed,- follow the
portei-jdown to, thecurb. ,
xue nncrc swung, in,. anil, the. woman
dismissed the porter before entering,
the vehicle, n proceeding , so, uniiim)
that It fixed tho, onlooker's Intercut,
Ho sat rigid with attention. ' The .wo
man seemed to be giving explicit, and
lengthy directions to the driver, who i
nodded and gesticulated his compre
hension,. Tbs woman was Mrs. Usllam. '
The first blush of recognition passed,
leaving Klrkwood without any amase
ment. It was an cssy matter to ac
count for her-' being- where she was.
Thrown oft the scent, by Klrkwood at
Bbeorness the previous morning, she
hsd, missefU the. day' boat, the same
Which, hail ferried over, those whom
Blii) 'pursued. Returning, from, Sheer
ncss to' Queensborough. however, she
hnil.takeo UicrnlghXboat for I'lushlng
pd Antwerp, and - not ItbpuJ, her
(linn. She was,npt,n woman tol.wasfe
her strength aimlessly. 'Ilrkwood bV
Ilt-,,1 llmt slip hfld..tiA,t 'from. ItiA fflrat
a.jvery definite, campaign In view, In
thitj,, campaign.. -Qyeein borough; pier
bad been'ttbo, first strategic move, the
urney, !p,.,ApAw.Mp. apparently, the.
fficnna, nnu' me, American was m
pressed.thnth was witnessing, the
inpeptlon of the third decided step,.
The concluslou.of this process. of rea
soning was' lnevltablemadtni would
bor patching.' , .,'
Thus.wssia magical, transformation
brought about. Instantaneously lassi
tude, nnu vain repiniugsiwerovrcpiaciui
by iioiiefulnVss and .energy. In n
twinkling: the young. man, wan on his,
feet, everjr, nerve a-thrllj wlth.ex'clte.
pent. " , .
' Mrs. Ilallahi, blissfully Ignorant of,
QiN surveillance over her movements..
clucked tn his horse. Cracked his whip
ann started orr at a siow trot a pace
which Klrkwood, Imitated, keeping
himself at a, discreet distance In the
rear of the cabbut preparedSo break
Intq a run whenever. It should prove
Sucb exertion,, howaver, was not -required
o( him. fcvliiently Mrs. Halls'm
was Inno great , haste, to. reach, byt
destination; The speed of .the fiacr
remained extremely moderate, and
Klrkwood found n long, brisk stride
fast enough lo keep It well In sight.
Round .tho green, square. tnDder, the,
beautiful, Walla, 6f, Notre Dame d'An
vers, through Grsnde place andr-pMt
the (Hotel de Vllle the cab, proceeded,
dogurd by whst might plausibly be as
serted tne most, persistent snu iniain
ated squl.ths,t, ever crossed Hie wster.
and so, on, Into, the Van, Dyck quay,
turning, to the left at the old Steen
diihgijon', and., slowing, to.a walk mov
ing soneny up tne nrive.
Reyond the lip of the embankment
tho Bcbetdt flowed. Its .broad, shining
surface, oily, smooth. and dark, a, mir
ror for the Incandescent .glory of the
skies. The life ef, tho river was gone,
and at their moot'ings the ships swung
ta great quietness, riding lights glim
mering like low. wnn. stars.
In, the. company, of the latter the
ynnng man marked down the Alcthca,
o Mum which jnnile li (us unconsciously
rllii.-li bolli lists and teeth, reminding
him nf that r-ire wag. Slryker.
To. Ills way of thinking. the. behavior
of I ho nacre,.was.iUlte,unaccountnble.
llanlly had the. horse paced off the'
length of two.blijvka.on.the. quay,er,
It was guided to the edge of the prom?
emtio n nd brought to n stop .And the
driver twisted., the relns roinil, his'
whip, thrust,ithe Intt'er in Its sockst,"
tnnied rfldcwlse on the box and began
tu. smoke mid suing his heels, survey
ing, tho paimnimn nf rlter mid sunset
tvlthn'niriplai-1'iic.v a rnbby, one would
Venture. lib. ml n i-nre In the wnrl(
and serene in. tlm nssurjiice nr n gen.
ennis tip when he Inst Ills fare. Illlt
as, for the latter, she inmle no move;
The door of the rnli reiniilneil cIohciI-
llkc Its iKviipnnt's mlml.in mysteryito
Twilight shnilqws lengthened., dark)
ling, over . the Mm). Sirivt. lights,
flashed. iii,lii.lnug. nnllant ranks, And
still thp. (lucre lingered In luacthiii:
st)l, the, driver lorded, it-nlnft In, care
.In the .coiirrn. nf.tlmn this, Inertia
.whcro..bcrhml looked ,for' nctlnn, this
dull suspense, when he liTiil. forcousl
Interesting, deve opments. wjore.-iiiMin.
the, watcher s urrves and maue mm
'it once Impiitlenl and suspicious, Now
that ho. bad liegim to doubt he con
eclred It ns quite possible that Mrs
Hall am, who" was capable of nnythlng,
should liave stolen out nf the cnb by
tlm other and to bint Invisible door.
-To .resolve .the matter' finally he, took
advantage of the. darkness., turned. up
his. coat. collar, bunched up, his shoul
ders, hid bis; hands ,li); pockets, pulled
th,.vlsori,-ofjhs cap. well forwsrd,over
bis eyes and slouched past t lie. flscro...
Mrs. Halla'm.;t within., He. con)d
see lier" profile clearly silhouetted
against the. light." She was bending
forward .and stsrlngfljedly out of (lis
window across the driveway. Mental
ly he calculated the' direction of her
jgaxe, then moved' away and followed
It wllh bis own eyes nnd found him
self staring nt the facade, of n third
rate, hotel. Above,, lis roof the-glided
loiters of,a'slgn, catching tho llliimlna,
tlon. f rom illow. spelled' out. the.tltle
Mrs, llallani ws)lnterestml,Aln the
Hotel Uu' Commerce? ' ,, . .,'
i TioughfulJy, Klrkwood, fell back, to
his former ptnt of observation, now
the, richer, by soother object. of alls'
plcloiij the, hostelry. ,Mr.,Hatlam. was
waiting, and, WQlchlngj for somq' one
to' enter, or toleavo that establishment.
-It seemed n reasonable Inference to
draw. Well, then, so was' Klrkwood
nil, less than the lady. He' deemed It
qu'lle conceivable that their objects
He started, to beguile. the. tlmcby
wonderlng.wbat.sbe would.do If, s
,'Of n suildep.hc. abandoned thjsll.nf
ofniicfulnll.onnd, catching, hs;breaih,
held lv almost, afraid to, cretllt'ibe
lruh that-for once, his aptlclnatlona
,wyre-,ueing; rca,uw unuer, 's. vfrr
ryes. r ' . c . (
A en I list,, the, llghteddoorway of the
Hotel dii Commerce the. figures' of two
men were momentarily sketched as
they camo hurriedly forlh, and of the
two one wns.sbort and stout and, eren
at' a distance' seemed to bear.hlmsslf
.with nn accent of asstrtlveiicss,. while
tho other was tall sud heavy of .shoul
der . , Vi r-
(To Be Continued)
ALCOHOL IS A
TT- ' -
Alcohol Is recognized tho world over
ns tho proper., most.omclent and whole-
rome preser-vor -otv medjclnnl com
pounds, sud .whlle-sonjejourunllsts try
to alar m(he world, by. tho' cp- that
patent "mvf)lclncs contain mora alco
hpl .than beer,!' ttbey., neglect, toistate
that -proprietary, medicine's ara,itakpn
in doses from. a. teaspoonful ,to a table
spoonful.. while.bcer is aTbevorago that
Is 'consumed In quantities from a'glass
to several quarta &jiif'.'. ,.- '. . . i
, Idla.E-P4ukhatu'JL,VegatabIa Com
pound contains only .18 per cent alco
hol,! smply ennustutQ, prcservei tho
loots .ami hcrbs'frorii. whlchjt.la malo,
nod may. be,. relied' u')onJby; ecryowo
maq. In the land ns.a reliable, honest,
and k, remedy for tho Ills pecujlnr
to her Kcx.1 , vt i - .
Tlje Instrial- Edition, of (ht
ready for mailing, 00 cents at;Bnl
retla'olB.ce . . ,
Wanted Vy a young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address 1IH, Bulletin office,
Clean wiping rag at tha BulUtla af-
Japanese Private, Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. O. M. Matxle, 14S7 Auld
Lane. Phone 156-1.
Young nnd Intelligent boy desires
position ns ofllce boy and type
writer. Address P. O. Rox 968
A young lady desires n position as
, assistant In offlce. Address II. O,
' R., Dullotln omce. 4371-Ct
The part)' who, took the sole leather
gun carfe from the office of the
Woncer Advertising Co. will
please return It at once and avoid
In tho Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with white Ivory carved
buckle, Reward at.Uulle tin
office. ' ' " " 4359-tf
Package , containing
' silk dress between
Reward at this of-
Liver-colored Pointer dog; tag No.
289. Roward If returned to City
Meat Co. 4364-lm
Found Coat-of-arms match box
with. Instrlptlon. Owner can have
rame by- proving property, .and
paying tor ad. . . 4372-tf
Soma calculations havo been mado
as to whether, tho dividends from
the plantations win be anectcd by
the,, Introduction of 'European labor
on' the plantations 'owing to the In
creased wages which will be paid.
Some of the large plantations which
employ from two thousand to three
thousand, laborers will find a ma
terial Incrcaue.jn their monthly pay
roll unless the new labor Is efficient
enodgh to offset this. An Increase
of five dollars per month. In wages
to the laborers will mean, on n
plantation " employing twenty-fivo
hundred men, an annual outlay In
excess of the present expenditure, of
one hundred and 'fifty thousand dol
lars. Contracts may be mado which
perhaps would offset this. At all
events the chances are that the divi
dends will bo affected. On the other,
hand the new, laborers will place
their savings locally, and nothing
will nppcal to them so much as a
good .Investment In real estate. The
Real Estate Exchange, 82 King
street, havo the. finest offerings In
suburban property at Kalmukl, and
at terms which are reasonable.
i 'ft's always a pleasure to
paint with W, P, Fuller &
Lewers & Cooke,
, T LIMITED;,. -, -,
. - 177 S. King Street,
M. A. Gtuutic.Co.
FORT AND-K3HO STREETS.
PBa jTn i ifUcySE
BHt A 7 f iMT s m i,,,
If fcrf'Mt -V- 1
K. of P. cottages, 2 story, new, Un
ion street and Garden lane; close
to business; no yard to keep up;
no car fare. Electric lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McChesney,
16 Merchant street. 4319-tt
At the end of car line on tho beach;
furnished house; four bed-rooms;,
electric lights. Address "N,"
Furnished Cottage Modern; six
rooms; gas, piano; on car line;
3 or i months. Address 1620
Pllkol, off Wilder. 4363-lw,
Furnished cottage; nlso cool, mos-qulto-proot
rooms. 236 King St,t
between Alakea and Richard.
Furnished co'ttnge on Pcnsacola St.,
on car line. Apply 1514 Pensaco-'
la St. 4365-6t
Clean furnished room: $1.60 week.
Front rooms' $2, 1281 Fort St.
Two furnished' rooms. 1071A Llkt-
like St., near Campbell Lsns, p
Two furnished rooms. Apply lira.
D. McConnsIl, 1223 Emma St,
Furnished Cottage at Cottage Grove.
L. C. Smith Typewriters. Repairing
on, typewriters, mechanical and
electrical goods. C. W." Macfar
lano & Co. Maronlc Temple.
Phono 145". . 4356-tt
zOOOp Cocoanuts Just arrived, act ?
schooner Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller Salvage Co.. P. O.
, Box 527 4'gB- .
Motorcycle S-Rcndlng, 6 h. p,,,'twln
cylinder; bargain. Strau'ch,
Waity Hldg. , , 437.0-tf
Choice collection of stamps (about
3.000. ',. Address. 1941, Rull.e-
tln offlce. " ' tt
TWi trieam tJLK.' and appjej' le .
"" , z..
By the. way; we've sornethrnaj
new In this line a dbtlnct Im
provement tho best asjdl -cheapest
You'll agree with lis
tdephooe, and we're at;your
Office Supply Co.,'
931 Fort St
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
Tired Feellnf. .
Qttlokl I ..
178BERETANIA AVE:, neaflMMA
uttn.ana juectnetu ntaastnt.
r - i
Boston 'Baked BcaisV ,'.t: ,
Boston Brown Bread";. ....
-t LeaTforders a day aaeast .
2A loarea of breadf far 11.00.
I. F. Sf HIIRMANN
Osteopathio Physician aqd Oculist.
, . ', ', 228 jEmma Square..
House Consulting. 2-3,V.nt, Sat
urdays" excepted. Operating 8-13
a, m., ,3-8 p. m.
iv. . , none as.
Dr. T. Hs Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SirROEOW.
Office.with. Dr. Q. B. Wood, 166 Bere-
"J ta'nla. Street'.
Office. oura 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
'!' ' p.' ini; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460
WAH CHONG CO.
' DRY O00D3 AND TAILORIBO. '
Everything absolutely, aewi tad
fresh from the .Coast.
WAVEBLEYBIX ,. HOTEL sr.
'At.' n'4 !'... V